The phase constant, in rad/sec, of a simple pendulum - whose amplitude of oscillation is 'a' initial displacement is 'x', initial velocity is 'v', frequency in rad/sec is 'w' - is equal to: - Clay6.com, a Free resource for your JEE, AIPMT and Board Exam preparation

The phase constant, in rad/sec, of a simple pendulum - whose amplitude of oscillation is 'a' initial displacement is 'x', initial velocity is 'v', frequency in rad/sec is 'w' - is equal to:

The initial displacement results in phase constant of $\large\frac{X}{a}$ and initial velocity in the direction of displacement reduces it by $\large\frac{v}{w}$